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  • Why The Flame Can Be Affected By Magnetic Field - Plasma in the Outer Flame

Why The Flame Can Be Affected By Magnetic Field – Plasma in the Outer Flame

Why The Flame Can Be Affected By Magnetic Field - Plasma in the Outer Flame. Magical plasma We all know that matter has three common states: solid, liquid, and gas. However, in addition to these three states, there are also plasma states, liquid crystal states, and so on. If we continue to heat the gas [...]

  • Flames Are Also Magnetic, Can They be Attracted by Magnets

Flames Are Also Magnetic, Can They be Attracted by Magnets?

Flames Are Also Magnetic, Can They be Attracted by Magnets? Some time ago, a video was circulated on the Internet, someone used an electromagnet to change the shape of the flame. As shown in the animation above, when the electromagnet is energized, a magnetic field is generated in the central gap, and the flame becomes [...]

  • National Standard Evolution and Common Preparation Methods of Sintered NdFeB

National Standard Evolution and Common Preparation Methods of Sintered NdFeB

National Standard Evolution and Common Preparation Methods of Sintered NdFeB China's rare earth permanent magnets have the strength to reach the top of the world's magnetic materials market. This is not only because my country is rich in rare earth resources and undertakes the huge production volume of global permanent magnets, but also because the [...]

  • Grain Boundary Diffusion Technology

Grain Boundary Diffusion Technology

Grain Boundary Diffusion Technology With the wide application of sintered NdFeB materials in modern industry and electronic technology, especially in the fields of new energy vehicles, industrial robots and mobile intelligence, it is required that NdFeB products be developed towards lightness, thinness, miniaturization and high energy. The requirements for energy product, coercive force and thermal [...]

  • Multi-pole magnetic circuit

Common Magnetic Circuit Structure

Common Magnetic Circuit Structure The use scenarios of NdFeB permanent magnets are roughly divided into adsorption, repulsion, induction, electromagnetic conversion, etc. In different applications, the requirements for magnetic fields are also different. The space structure of 3C products is extremely limited, and at the same time requires high adsorption strength. The space structure does not [...]

  • Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector An Electric Current Produces A Magnetic Field. You Can Take Advantage Of The Fact To Generate A Simple Apparatus To Check The Electrical Conductivity Of Different Materials, Including Both Solids And Fluids. The Detector Is Composed Of A Coil Of Cable, Using A Magnetic Compass Within It. [...]

  • Magnetic Theory and Design

Magnetic Theory and Design

Magnetic Theory and Design 1. Can you explain the difference between coercive force and intrinsic coercive force? The intrinsic coercive force is the coercivity of a magnet material in a closed circuit configuration. A closed circuit configuration means the magnet does not have any exposed poles. Some examples of a closed circuit configuration are a [...]

  • Type-C-Magnetic Circuitry Applications

What is Magnetic Circuitry?

Magnetic Circuitry is simply how the magnet is designed to attract and retain ferrous contaminants. MPCO utilizes 3 magnetic circuits; Type A, Type B, and Type C. Type A Circuitry Type A circuits can be used in applications where the highest level of product purity is required. The circuit utilizes a tube, or a series [...]

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